Police: Roseburg VA officer hid cameras in teen’s bedroom


Man faces nine count of invasion of personal privacy

Robert Wayne Roady (Douglas County Sheriff’s Office)

ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — A Roseburg man who works as a police officer at a Veterans Affairs hospital has been accused of hiding cameras in the bedroom of a young teen.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says detectives began investigating after the cameras were found in the teen’s bedroom. The sheriff’s office says 48-year-old Robert Roady was arrested after telling investigators he placed the cameras in the room for sexual purposes. The sheriff’s office says detectives searched Roady’s home and have identified two other victims.

Roady was arrested on suspicion of nine counts of invasion of personal privacy. It wasn’t immediately known if he has a lawyer

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